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Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP)
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Technical and Operations Manual
For Models:
GOJEK-EAC-MAX350
GOJEK-EAC-MAX530
GOJEK-EAC-MAX700
GO JEK-EAC-MA X1050
GO JEK-EAC-MA X1400
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Using this Manual
Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP)
Electrostatic
Precipitator (ESP)
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Using this Manual
This manual is intended to be used as a work of reference for professional, well trained and
authorised users to assist them to safely install, use, maintain and repair the Unit mentioned on the
cover of this document.
Shenzhen Guangjie
Environmental Engineering Co., Ltd. prior to operatives attempting to carry out maintenance or
repair work on these Units.
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Copyright Statement
Copyright Statement
All rights reserved
No part of this publication may be copied or published by means of printing, photocopying,
. This restriction also
applies to the corresponding drawings and diagrams.
The information given in this manual has been collected for the general convenience of our clients.
It has been based on general data pertaining to construction material properties and working
methods known to us at the time of issue of the document and is therefore subject at any time
to change or amendment and the right to change or amend is hereby expressly reserved. The
instructions in this publication only serve as a guideline for installation, use, maintenance and
repair of the models mentioned on the cover page of this document.
This manual is to be used for the standard models of the Unit of the types given on the cover page.
Thus the manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from the application of
this manual to the version actually delivered to you.
This manual has been written with great care. However, the manufacturer cannot be held
responsible, either for any errors occurring in this manual or their consequences.
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Contents
Contents
1.
Safety
1. Safety
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Safety Warnings and Instructions
1.3 Pictograms, Warnings and
Instructions Displayed on the Unit
1.4 Safety Features
1.5 Safety Warnings and Cautions
1.6
1.7 Users
1.8
2.
Product Overview
Overview
2. Product
2.1 Intended Use
2.2 Features
2.3 Operating Principles
2.4 Electrostatic Precipitator Unit Components
3.
Storage, Unpacking
Unpacking and
3. Storage,
andHandling
Handling
3.1 Storage
3.2 Shipping List
3.3 Unpacking and Handling
4.
Installation Guidance
4. Installation
Guidance
4.1 Overview
4.2 Model Dimensions
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Pressure Loss Graphs
Installing Single Units
Installing Multiple Units
Re-Handing Unit
Connecting the Unit to a Building
Management System
5.
Operation and
and Control
5. Operation
Control
5.1 Control Panel
5.2 Before Use
5.3 Switching On
5.4 Arcing and Auto-Shutdown
5.5
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6. Fitting
StainlessSteel
SteelIoniser
Ioniser
6.Fitting
Stainless
Blades
Blades
6.1
Fitting Stainless Steel Ioniser
Blades to a Collector Cell
7.
7. Maintenance
Maintenanceand
and Cleaning
Cleaning
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Introduction
Maintenance and Cleaning
Schedule
Cleaning and Maintenance
Tasks
Servicing
8. Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
8.
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9.
Parts
9. Spare
Spare
PartsList
Listand
andComponents
Components
Illustration
Illustration
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9.1
Spare Parts Ordering
10. Wiring
Wiring Diagram
Diagram
10.
11.
Disposal
11. Equipment
Equipment Disposal
11.1 Packaging Material Disposal
11.2 Used Unit Disposal
12.
Details
12. Contact
Contact Details
12.1 Nationwide Coverage
12.2 Service and Maintenance
Contracts
12.3 Dependability
12.4 Global Sales
13.
Statement
13. Warranty
Warranty Statement
14.Certification
14.1 EC Declaration of Conformity
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1.Safety
1.
Safety
1.1 Introduction
1.1
Introduction
Everyone working on or with the Unit must be familiar with the contents of this manual and
must strictly observe the instructions herein.
The Management should instruct personnel in accordance with this manual and observe
all instructions and directions given herein.
Note:
Always follow the steps for any instructions in this manual in the order given.
Always keep this manual with the Unit.
The user of the Unit is always fully responsible for observing all applicable local
safety instructions and regulations.
instructions. Contact your supplier immediately if you detect a potential danger
when using the Unit.
1.2 Safety
1.2
SafetyWarnings
Warningsand
andInstructions
Instructions
WARNING!
Used to warn of a risk of injury or death.
WARNING! - DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!
Used to warn of a risk of injury or death from electric shock.
CAUTION
Used to caution of a risk of damage to equipment.
INFORMATION
Important information or useful hints about usage.
RECYCLING
Recycling information.
WEEE REGULATIONS
Ensure that waste electrical equipment is disposed of correctly.
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1.3Pictograms, Warnings and Instructions Displayed on the Unit
1.3
Pictograms, Warnings and Instructions Displayed on the Unit
The pictograms, warning and instructions attached to the Unit are part of the safety
features.
They must not be covered or removed and must be present and legible during the entire
life of the Unit.
●
Immediately replace or repair damaged or illegible pictograms, warnings and
instructions.
providing a better environment
Tel: +86 188 1674 5217
Email: [email protected]
www.gojekesp.com
Live high voltage
Hochspannung in Betrieb
Haute tension en fonction
Hoogspanning in werking
WARNING!
After switching off the machine wait 60 seconds
before opening the door.
ACHTUNG!
Warnen Sie nach dem Ausschalten des Gerats 60
Sekunden devour Sie die Tür öffnen.
ATTENTION!
Après avoir arrête la machine attendez 60 secondes
avant d’ouvir la porte.
WAARSCHUWING!
Wacht na het uitschakelen van het apparaat 60
seconden aivorens de deur te openen.
AIRFLOW
Figure 1 - Unit Label
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1.4 Safety Features
1.4
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Safety Features
compartment is opened before the mains power has been isolated.
CAUTION
All safety features must be correctly installed and can only be
removed for maintenance and repair tasks by skilled and authorised
service engineers.
The Unit must not be used if the safety features are not fully present or
defective.
The safety features should be regularly checked to ensure that
they are functioning correctly and, if defective, should be repaired
immediately.
1.5 Safety
1.5
SafetyWarnings
Warningsand
andCautions
Cautions
WARNING! RISK OF EXPLOSION!
The Unit is not explosion-proof rated. It can cause sparks and should
therefore not be used in areas with an explosion risk.
WARNING! Fire Hazard!
Never use the Unit for extracting and/or
or burning particles or solids or liquids.
Never use the Unit for extracting and/or
(such as hydrochloric acid) or sharp particles.
glowing
of aggressive fumes
WARNING!
Ozone (O3) is produced by the Unit. Ozone can be poisonous at low
concentrations.
Inhalation of ozone causes dryness of the mouth, coughing and
irritates the nose, throat, and chest.
It may cause
in breathing, headaches and fatigue, and
could aggravate existing bronchial conditions including asthma.
The characteristic sharp, irritating odour is readily detectable at low
concentrations (0.01 to 0.05 ppm).
The Unit must not be operated without the kitchen’s extractor fan(s)
running.
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WARNING! - DANGER OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!
To avoid electric shock:
Do not operate Unit without a proper electrical ground/earth.
Always disconnect power to the Unit and isolate the Unit, before
performing any service or maintenance.
Do not operate the Unit if its power cables are damaged or if any other
damage to the Unit is visible or suspected.
The supplied utility/mains power must match the power requirements
listed on the Unit’s rating label.
CAUTION
Regularly inspect the Unit and check it for damage.
Verify the correct functioning of all of the safety features.
Read and save all notices, warnings and safety instructions received
with this Unit.
Do not alter the construction or design of this Unit.
Do not remove safety labels or devices.
Do not use this equipment for other than its intended purpose, as
described in this manual.
Only use original spare parts.
CAUTION
Make sure the room is always
smaller,
areas.
ventilated, particularly in
Do not use the Unit at a relative humidity exceeding 75%.
Do not use the Unit at temperatures below -10°C or above 60°C.
Keep the operating controls free from dirt and grease.
Check the working environment. Do not allow unauthorised persons to
enter the working environment.
Use common sense. Stay alert and pay attention to your work. Do
not use the Unit when you are tired or under the
of drugs,
alcohol or medicine.
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1.6 Modification
1.6
Modifications
1.7 Users
1.7
Users
Installation or maintenance of the Unit is exclusively reserved for authorised, trained and
Temporary personnel and trainees should only access the Unit under the supervision and
1.8 Technical
1.8
TechnicalSpecifications
Specifications
There are mainly five models in the range currently:
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GJESP-350 , which contains a single GJESP collector cell
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GJESP-530 , which contains a single GJESP collector cell
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GJESP-700 , which contains a single GJESP collector cell
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GJESP-1050 , which contains a single GJESP collector cell
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GJESP-1400 , which contains a single GJESP collector cell
GJESP-S350 GJESP-S530 GJESP-S700 GJESP-S1050 GJESP-S1400
Power
consumption
72 Watts
105 Watts
145 Watts
170 Watts
200 Watts
Maximum
air handling
capacity
3500m3/H
5300m3/H
7000m3/H
10500m3/H
14000m3/H
L 685mm
L 685mm
L 685mm
L 685mm
L 685mm
W 735mm
W 935mm
W 1245mm
W 1755mm
W 2265mm
H 710mm
H 710mm
H 710mm
H 710mm
H 710mm
Weight
72kg
80kg
112.5g
169kg
225kg
Power supply
220V
50Hz
220V
50Hz
220V
50Hz
220V
50Hz
220V
50Hz
Up to 98.3%
Up to 98.3%
Up to 98.3%
Up to 98.3%
Up to 98.3%
Dimensions
Filter
Housing
Carbon steel with 200 micron Painting
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1.8.1
Rating
Plates
1.8.1
Rating Plates
ELECTROSTATIC FUME PURIFIER
MODEL
AIR VOLUME
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
POWER
MAX INTAKE FUME
CONCENTRATION
³
ELECTROSTATIC FUME PURIFIER
MADE IN CHINA
EFFICIENCY
WIND RESISTANCE
2
INPUT
VOLTAGE
MANUFACTURING NO
MODEL
AIR VOLUME
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
POWER
MAX INTAKE FUME
CONCENTRATION
³ DATA OF PRODUCTION
³
MADE IN CHINA
EFFICIENCY
WIND RESISTANCE
2
INPUT
VOLTAGE
MANUFACTURING NO
³ DATA OF PRODUCTION
SHENZHEN GUANGJIE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
SHENZHEN GUANGJIE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
BUILDING C,HUAXINRUIMING INDUSTRIAL ZONE,DALANG STREET, LONGHUA DISTRICT,SHENZHEN.
BUILDING C,HUAXINRUIMING INDUSTRIAL ZONE,DALANG STREET, LONGHUA DISTRICT,SHENZHEN.
ELECTROSTATIC FUME PURIFIER
MODEL
AIR VOLUME
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
POWER
MAX INTAKE FUME
CONCENTRATION
³
ELECTROSTATIC FUME PURIFIER
MADE IN CHINA
EFFICIENCY
WIND RESISTANCE
2
INPUT
VOLTAGE
MANUFACTURING NO
MODEL
AIR VOLUME
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
POWER
MAX INTAKE FUME
CONCENTRATION
³ DATA OF PRODUCTION
³
MADE IN CHINA
EFFICIENCY
WIND RESISTANCE
2
INPUT
VOLTAGE
MANUFACTURING NO
³ DATA OF PRODUCTION
SHENZHEN GUANGJIE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
SHENZHEN GUANGJIE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
BUILDING C,HUAXINRUIMING INDUSTRIAL ZONE,DALANG STREET, LONGHUA DISTRICT,SHENZHEN.
BUILDING C,HUAXINRUIMING INDUSTRIAL ZONE,DALANG STREET, LONGHUA DISTRICT,SHENZHEN.
ELECTROSTATIC FUME PURIFIER
MODEL
AIR VOLUME
OUTPUT VOLTAGE
POWER
MAX INTAKE FUME
CONCENTRATION
³
MADE IN CHINA
EFFICIENCY
WIND RESISTANCE
2
INPUT
VOLTAGE
MANUFACTURING NO
³ DATA OF PRODUCTION
SHENZHEN GUANGJIE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
BUILDING C,HUAXINRUIMING INDUSTRIAL ZONE,DALANG STREET, LONGHUA DISTRICT,SHENZHEN.
Figure 2 - Rating Plates for Each Model
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2. Product Overview
2.
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2.1 Intended
2.1
IntendedUse
Use
The Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) models covered by this manual have been designed
features to suit that purpose.
Note:
be suitable for its intended use.
CAUTION
No liability is accepted for damage or injury which results from
any alternative use which has not been
in writing by the
manufacturer.
Using the Unit for alternative uses not approved in writing by the
manufacturer is considered contrary to its intended use.
The Unit has been built in accordance with state-of-the-art standards and recognised
safety regulations.
Individual Units can be mounted together in various combinations to satisfy the
requirements of a particular installation.
CAUTION
Only use the Unit:
If it is not damaged in any way.
After following the instructions laid down in this manual.
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2.2 Features
2.2
Features
The following features are applicable to all four models covered by this manual:
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They can be installed outside without an additional weather housing.
The Unit’s casings is fully weatherproofed, with the Main Door components having
an IP Rating of 64 and the Door Assemblies themselves being tightly sealed to the
main chassis.
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The ionisation voltage runs at a negative potential which enhances both the
ionisation of particles and their consequent precipitation and the production of ozone
which helps eliminate odours in a kitchen environment.
Watts, depending on the model.
●
The Unit can be linked to a Building Management System (BMS) via a suitable
relay mounted on the DIN rail (See: Connecting the Unit to a Building Management
System on page 21).
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All internal components are designed for easy removal.
●
The Mesh Filters (Pre and Post) are designed to drain independently and the
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The Collector Cells and Filter Carriers can be easily removed for cleaning.
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ioniser blades.
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All internal surfaces are as smooth and as free from screw and rivet heads as
practically possible to allow for ease of cleaning.
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Fully welded sumps prevent leakage of collected grease. The inward sloping edges
side of the Unit.
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2.3
Operating
Principles
2.3
Operating
Principles
Commercial kitchen exhaust pollution is composed of two distinct phases:
2.3.1
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The particulate phase; oil, smoke and grease particles.
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The gaseous or odour phase.
Oil, Smoke
and Greaseand
Filtration
2.3.1
Oil,Smoke
Grease Filtration
.
have integral sumps built in to collect the oil and grease particles.
servicing but eradicates potentially dangerous spillage from the bottom of the Unit.
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additional Units to be easily added to cope with all kitchen fume extraction requirements.
Ioniser
Collector Plates
Air Flow
Air Flow
Mesh filter
6kV
6kV
Air Flow
6kV
12kV
Air Flow
Figure 4 - Electrostatic Precipitator (GJESP) - Operating Principles
Figure 4 (above) shows, in simple terms, how an electrostatic precipitator functions and
this is summarised below:
1.
2.
The air then passes into the combined Collector Cell/Ioniser section where the
particulates in the air stream are charged to a negative potential.
3.
The negatively ionised air then passes between the Collector Cell’s plates, which
are alternatively negatively charged or earthed.
4.
The negatively charged particulates passing through the plates are then
simultaneously repelled away from the negatively charged plates and attracted to
.
5.
The particulates remain on the plates or drain down in to the sump (hence the need
for regular cleaning).
6.
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2.3.2
Odour Control
2.3.2 Odour Control
Ozone is produced as a function of the charging of the Collector Cell’
Air’s range of Electrostatic Precipitators. This helps to combat the gaseous or odour phase
of kitchen exhaust pollution.
distributes a range of Ultra Violet equipment and Ozone Generators as well as our Odour
Neutraliser, the ON100.
Note:
2.4
Electrostatic
Precipitator
Unit - Components
2.4 Electrostatic
Precipitator
Unit-Components
All models of Electrostatic Preciptator Unit comprise a Main Chassis with a number of
removable components, a Main Door and an Electrical Housing Door.
2.4.1
Main
Chassis
2.4.1
Main Chassis
The Main Chassis contains the removable Collector Cell, Filter Carrier, Pre and Post Mesh
Filters and non-removable, fully welded, Sump with Drain Plug.
Mounting Lugs
Main Chassis
Electronic Housing
Door
Main Door
Mesh
Filter (Post)
Sump
Pre Drilled
Side Mounting
Holes
Install the base
The oil box
Mesh
Filter (Pre)
Collector Cell
Airflow
Direction
Arrow
Figure 5 - Electrostatic Precipitator Unit - Main Chassis Components
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2.4.22.4.2
MainMain
and
Electrical Housing Door Assemblies
and Electrical Housing Door Assemblies
The Main Door has an Electrical Housing Door which contains the High Voltage Power
Supply (HVPS) and control elements. On the front of the Electrical Housing Door are
mounted the Rotary Mains Isolator Switch and green Run Light Indicator.
Run Light
Indicator
(Green)
file clipper
Low-Voltage wire
Failure light
(HVPS)
High Voltage
Power Supply
HV wire
Main Door
voltmeter
DIN Rail
Electrical Housing
Door
Terminal block
ampere meter
A cooling fan
Air switch
Figure 6 - Door Assemblies
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3.
Storage, Unpacking and Handling
3.1
3.1 Storage
Storage
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Prior to installation, each ESP Filtration Unit must be stored in its original packaging in dry
conditions.
3.2
3.2 Shipping
Shipping
List List
Each Unit is shipped with the following:
3.3
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ESP Filter components - Mesh Filters and Collector Cells.
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This Technical and Operations Manual.
Unpacking
and Handling
3.3 Unpacking
and Handling
Before installing:
1.
Strip away all packaging, wrapping and strapping (this must only be done by trained,
professional installers).
2.
Open the Unit and carefully remove all Mesh Filters and Collector Cells and place in
a safe and secure position, away from the installation area.
This operation will greatly reduce the weight of the Unit and allow much easier
installation.
3.
and Collector Cells, ready for commissioning.
WARNING!
The Unit is heavy and the appropriate lifting and handling practices
must be observed, for both unpacking and installation, to avoid
personal injury or damage to the equipment.
See the Technical
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4.
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Overview
4.1 4.1Overview
Installation should be carried out by a trained professional installer.
provides general guidance for the installer.
4.234.2
Model
Dimensions
Model
Dimensions
The dimensions, and the necessary service space required at the front of the Unit, are
detailed opposite for each model.
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Air Flow
H:710mm
L:685mm
Typical Front View
L:685mm
400mm
Air Flow
400mm
W:1755mm
GJESP-S1050
L:685mm
Air Flow
GJESP-S1400
Air Flow
400mm
400mm
Air Flow
400mm
GJESP-S700
L:685mm
W:1245mm
L:685mm
W:2265mm
Air Flow
GJESP-S530
W:735mm
GJESP-S350
W:935mm
L:685mm
Figure 7 - Model Dimensions - GJESP-S350,GJESP-S530,GJESP-S700,GJESP-S1050,GJESP-S1400
(All Dimensions in Millimetres)
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4.3 Pressure Loss Graphs
4.3
Pressure Loss Graphs
Any equipment added to a duct system will cause a drop in air pressure in the duct
system, downstream of the added equipment.
To ensure that the duct system performs as expected, please note the Pressure Loss
Graphs for each of the models:
GJESP-S350 PRESSURE DROP
800
700
MAX AIRFLOW
0.972 (m3/s)
PRESSURE DROP (Pa)
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
1.8
2
AIRFLOW (m 3/s)
Figure 8 - Graph of GJESP-S350 Pressure Drop
GJESP-S530 PRESSURE DROP
800
700
MAX AIRFLOW
1.47 (m3/s)
PRESSURE DROP (Pa)
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
AIRFLOW (m
1.2
1.4
1.6
3/s)
Figure 9 - Graph of GJESP-S530 Pressure Drop
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GJESP-S700 PRESSURE DROP
800
PRESSURE DROP (Pa)
700
600
500
400
MAX AIR FLOW
1.94(m3/s)
300
200
100
0
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
AIRFLOW (m 3/s)
Figure 10 - Graph of GJESP-S700 Pressure Drop
GJESP-S1050 PRESSURE DROP
800
700
MAX AIRFLOW
2.9 (m3/s)
PRESSURE DROP (Pa)
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
3
3.2
3
3.2
AIRFLOW (m 3/s)
Figure 11 - Graph of GJESP-S1050 Pressure Drop
GJESP-14000 PRESSURE DROP
800
700
MAX AIRFLOW
2.9 (m3/s)
PRESSURE DROP (Pa)
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
AIRFLOW (m 3/s)
Figure 11 - Graph of GJESP-S1400 Pressure Drop
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4.4 Installing Single Units
4.4
Electrostatic
Precipitator (ESP)
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Filter Unit
Installing Single Units
When installing a single Unit, please note the following:
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The Unit should be positioned as close to the cooking source as possible, but please
ensure that the fume temperature will never exceed the maximum operational
temperature of the Unit, i.e. 60oC.
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Ensure that there is adequate service space around the Unit to enable the removal
of the Unit’s components.
Ɣ
Ensure that there is adequate and safe access for servicing and maintaining the
Unit.
Ɣ
Check that the supporting structure is adequate for the weight of the Unit prior to
Ɣ
The Unit should be mounted in the ducting system.
Ɣ
The Unit can either be supported by a suspension bracket or suspended by screw
rods attached to the top of the Unit. Suspension by screw rods will necessitate
drilling holes in the top of the Unit’s housing for this purpose.
Ɣ
The Unit can also be placed on the ground, providing a suitable frame is placed in
.
We suggest that this frame has a minimum height of 150mm and that you use
suitable rubber or neoprene insulation between the Unit and the frame.
Ɣ
possible, prior to entry into the Unit.
Figure 12 - Preferred Mounting of Filter Unit
Please consult the Wiring Diagram, mounted on the inside of the Door Assembly and
shown on page 33 of this manual, when connecting the Unit to the mains. Beware of
INFORMATION
conjunction.
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4.5 Installing Multiple Units
4.5
Installing Multiple Units
Multiple Units can be mounted in series, both vertically or horizontally or in parallel with
each other.
Figure 13 - Multiple Unit Installation Examples
When mounting multiple Units, please note the guidance for installing a single Unit and
also note the following:
●
●
and connected together.
Locating lugs are also provided on the top of the Units to allow the vertical stacking
and connection of combinations of Units. Up to four Units can be stacked on top of
each other.
INFORMATION
Never install Units in front of entrances and exits which may be used by the
emergency services.
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4.6 Changing Airflow Direction/Re-Handing Unit
4.6
Changing Airflow Direction / Re-Handing Unit
from the left or right hand side to take account of space constraints or the existing
infrastructure.
The following sinple steps will be required to change the airflow’s direction:
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Cut off the Electricity power supply
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Use triangle key open the main door.
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More details see next page
1
2
3
8
4
7
5
6
Figure 14 - Re-Handing Process Components
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1.
Fully undo the two Star Knobs (anti-clockwise) and open the Main Door.
2.
Remove the Mesh Filters (pre and post), followed by the Collector Cell.
INFORMATION
Note that the two sets of holes on either side of the door aperture are
identical.
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3.
Turn the Collector Cell through 180o (i.e. turn left right to match the new
orientation of the door) and replace in the Unit followed by the Mesh Filters (pre and
post).
4.
Change the positions of high and low voltage contacts.
5.
Ensure that the Collector Cell’s spring electrical contacts line up with the electrical
contact discs on the Door Assembly.
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23.
Remove the label from the door and replace with a new one in the correct
over with a slightly wet cloth before the label is attached. Once the water has dried,
the correctly located label can be smoothed down.
24.
25.
and the red cover. Turn the red cover through 180o, replace it on the square centre
Follow the instructions listed in Operation and Control on page 22 to test the
correct functioning of the Unit.
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Connecting
theUnit
UnittotoaaBuilding
BuildingManagement
ManagementSystem
System
4.7 Connecting
the
The Unit can be connected to a Building Management System (BMS).
●
In order to complete this connection, a BMS Connection Kit must be purchased as a
separate item.
●
Connect the BMS to the Unit using the relay provided on the DIN rail in the Door
Assembly.
●
Refer to the Wiring Diagram on page 33 for details on how to connect the Unit to
a BMS.
INFORMATION
Note that the BMS connection will only provide a Run or Fault signal.
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5.1 Control Panel
5.2 Before Use
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5.3 Switching On
5.3
Switching On
To start the Unit from the Control Panel on the Electrical Housing Door:
1.
Turn the Rotary Mains Isolator Switch to the ‘On’ position.
Note:
The green Run Light Indicator will illuminate during normal operation.
Regularly check that the green Run Indicator Lamp is illuminated when
WARNING
Please contact your service agent if the green Run Light
Indicator doesn’t illuminate when the Rotary Main Isolator Switch
is in the ‘On’ position.
2.
the case and investigate further.
5.4
Arcing
and
Auto-Shutdown
5.4 Arcing
and
Auto-Shutdown
Some arcing within the Unit during operation is normal.
until the problem clears or until a service visit is carried out.
Note:
If excessive arcing occurs, the Unit will automatically shutdown and then restart
after a short time.
5.5
SwitchingOff
Off
5.5 Switching
CAUTION!
After switching
the Unit, wait 60 seconds before opening the door
to allow the static electricity charge to dissipate.
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6.Ioniser wire
6.
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The wire are made out of Φ0.25mm tungsten steel
WARNING!
Tungsten wire is easy to break so care should be taken when
handling.
replacement on site.
6.1 6.1Replacing
Wires Steel
Replacing
the Ioniser
wiresto
on a
site
Fitting Ioniser
Stainless
Ioniser
Blades
Collector Cell
To replace the Ionisers wires with new one on site, please see the instructions below
1.
2.
3.
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allow the accumulated static electricity charge to dissipate.
Fully undo the two Star Knobs (anti-clockwise) and open the Main Door.
arrow, slide out the Collector Cell.
4.
Remove the existing Ioniser Wires by unhooking them from the Upper and Lower
Ioniser Bars, pulling the unsprung end of each Ioniser Wire against the spring’s
tension.
Once the Ioniser Wires have been removed from the Collector Cell, there will be
locating holes in each of the Up per and Lower Ioniser Bars.
5.
Take the first Ioniser wire and locate its protruding lugs into both the upper and lower
Ioniser bars location holes.
6.
Once in place, using a pair of long nosed pliers, carefully bend the lug down to
secure the top of the Ioniser Blade into position on the Upper Ioniser Bar
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7.
Turn the Collector Cell upside down, being careful to keep the Ioniser wire’s lower
protruding lug located in the Lower Ioniser Bar’s location hole.
The Tungsten wire should now be
e securly attached to the Collector Cell’s Upper
and Lower Ioniser Bars.
8.
Turn the Collector Cell back upright and repeat the steps 5, 6 and 7 above for each
Ioniser wire until all have been securely fitted
The Collector Cell is now ready to be placed back into the Main Chassis:
1.
Replace the Pre and Post Mesh Filters and replace the Collector Cell back into the
Main Chassis.
Note:
pointing in the correct direction.
2.
Close the Main Door and replace and tighten the two Star Knobs making sure that
the Main Door is tightly closed.
3.
Turn the Rotary Mains Isolator Switch to the ‘On’ position.
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7. Maintenance and Cleaning
7.
Maintenance and Cleaning
Introduction
7.1 7.1
Introduction
If you carry out the simple cleaning and maintenance described below, at the prescribed
intervals, paying attention to the associated Warnings and Cautions, then any problems
will mostly be detected and corrected before they result in a total breakdown of the Unit.
environmental conditions. It is therefore recommended that the Unit is thoroughly
inspected annually in addition to the indicated periodic maintenance. Please contact your
service agent to arrange this.
WARNING!
Overdue maintenance can lead to
Always switch OFF the Unit and isolate the electric supply before
carrying out the activities below.
Do not carry out any service, maintenance or repairs to the Unit
before it has been protected against unintended starting by switching
and isolating the electrical supply.
Maintenance
Cleaning
Schedule
7.2 7.2
Maintenance
andand
Cleaning
Schedule
Basic maintenance activities can be carried out by the user. Please see the table below
for the optimum frequency for such activities.
Note:
Basic Maintenance Activities
Frequency
Clean the outside of the Unit with mild detergent
Every 6 months
Check the door sealing material
Every 12 months
Clean the inside of the Unit and remove dust/
From once a week to once every
3 months depending on the
degree of pollution.
From once a week to once every
3 months depending on the
degree of pollution.
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7.3 Cleaning and Maintenance Tasks
7.3
Electrostatic
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Filter Unit
Cleaning and Maintenance Tasks
Clean or replace the Mesh Filters and Collector Cell and clean the Main Chassis at the
prescribed intervals mentioned in Maintenance and Cleaning Schedule on page 26 or:
●
If the Mesh Filters and/or Collector Cell are damaged.
●
When the Collector Cell starts to make a crackling sound (arcing).
●
It is a matter of experience to determine when the Unit needs to be cleaned, since the
nature and the degree of pollution depends strongly on factors such as the particular
should be cleaned regularly at intervals ranging from once a week to once every 3 months
using the procedures outlined in the sections below:
7.3.1
Removing the the
MeshMesh
Filters and
Collector
7.3.1 Removing
Filters
andCell
Conllector Cell
Start the cleaning procedure by removing the Mesh Filters and Collector Cell from the
Main Chassis:
1.
Isolate the Unit from the mains power supply by turning the Rotary Mains Isolator
2.
Allow at least 60 seconds for any static electrical charge to dissipate.
3.
Double check that the mains power supply has been isolated.
4.
Unscrew the top and bottom Star Knobs on the main Door Assembly anti-clockwise
and open it.
5.
Remove the Mesh Pre-Filter, Collector Cell and the Mesh Post-Filter in this order.
6.
Remove the Filter Carrier.
7.3.2
Cleaning thethe
MainMain
Chassis
7.3.2 Cleaning
Chassis
Having removed the Mesh Filters (pre and post) and the Collector Cell:
1.
Remove any accumulated grease from the sump; depending on its viscosity, either
via the Drain Plug (see Figure 5 - Electrostatic Precipitator Unit - Main Chassis
Components on page 10) or by scooping and scraping it out.
2.
Spray the sump with a high quality degreaser and wipe over the sump’s surfaces
with a suitable cloth or paper towels.
3.
Clean the electrical contact points on the inside of the Door Assembly, using a high
quality degreaser and a suitable cloth or paper towels, ensuring that they are free of
contaminants/grease.
4.
Ensure that the rubber door seal is undamaged and free from contaminants/grease,
cleaning with warm soapy water if necessary.
5.
Clean the Filter Carrier and Backplate, using a high quality degreaser and a cloth,
and replace in the Unit.
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7.3.3
Cleaning
the Mesh Filters(pre and post)
7.3.3
Cleaning the Mesh Filters (pre and post)
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Clean the Mesh Filters as follows:
1.
Clean the Mesh Filters (pre and post) in hot water (at approx. 60°C) to which a
detergent solution has been added. This treatment can be repeated several times. A
2.
Allow the Mesh Filters to dry completely after cleaning before re-inserting into the
Unit.
7.3.4 7.3.4
Cleaning
the Collector
Cleaning
the Cell
Collector Cell
Clean the Collector Cell as follows:
1.
Clean the Collector Cell in hot water (approx. 60°C) to which a detergent solution
has been added.
WARNING
Although the Collector Cell can be cleaned using a pressure
washer, extreme care must be exercised to avoid damaging or
distorting the plates.
2.
Check the Ioniser during washing for broken Ionisation Wires.
Note:
3.
sprung end of the new wire over the support post, pulling the wire against
the spring’s tension and attaching the other end of the wire to the opposite
Whilst washing the Collector Cell, check to see if any of the Collector Cell’s plates
have been bent.
Note:
If a bent plate is found, it can normally be straightened by either carefully
applying pressure with a screwdriver or by using a pair of long nosed pliers.
one.
4.
Allow the Collector Cell to dry completely after cleaning before re-inserting into the
Unit.
7.3.5 7.3.5
Replacing
the Collector
and Pre and
Post
Mesh
Filters
Replacing
theCell
Collector
Cell
and
Pre
and Post Mesh Filters
Replace the Collector Cell and pre and post Mesh Filters as follows:
1.
Replace the Collector Cell.
Note:
2.
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If the Unit has more than one Collector Cell, ensure that the electrical
connections between them are making contact.
Slide the Mesh Filters (pre and post) into their previous positions in the Collector
Cell and Filter Carrier.
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Ensure that the Collector Cell is correctly orientated with the extraction
Pay due attention to the position of the contact pin and contact spring on the
Collector Cell which should connect with the contact discs on the door when
it is closed.
3.
4.
Main Door and the Main Chassis of the Unit.
It may be necessary to push the Main Door inwards, against the seal, onto
the Main Chassis of the Unit whilst tightening the Star Knobs to enable
Note:
5.
Switch the Unit On as normal. The green Run Light Indicator should illuminate.
INFORMATION
plates in the Collector Cell build up a charge. This is perfectly normal.
WARNING
Should the clicking or arcing persist or the green Run Light Indicator
go out, the Unit has a fault.
In this case, switch
technician.
the Unit and consult a
service
7.4
Servicing
7.4 Servicing
[email protected]
Mobile: +86 188 1674 5217
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8. Troubleshooting
8.
Troubleshooting
If the Unit does not function correctly, consult the checklist below to see if you can correct
the error yourself.
INFORMATION
A number of problems in the checklist below can also be caused by defects
in other equipment connected to the Unit. This manual only deals with
problems and solutions directly related to the Unit itself.
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Mesh Filters clogged or
saturated.
Extraction Capacity
A breach/hole in the ducting.
Collector Cell is saturated or
mounted incorrectly causing
Dust or smoke from
short-circuiting.
the extraction outlet
Poor/dirty electrical contacts in
and/or green Run
the Collector Cell.
Light Indicator is
not illuminated.
Short-circuit in the Collector Cell
(caused by bent plates).
Unit makes a
cracking sound
(= short circuit).
Check and replace sealing
material/repair hole.
Clean the Collector Cell and
mount correctly.
Check and clean/repair.
Check and repair.
Collector Cell incorrectly
mounted.
Mount correctly.
Collector Cell heavily polluted.
Clean Collector Cell.
Collector Cell not totally dry.
Allow thorough drying after
cleaning.
Bent Collector Cell plates.
Repair.
Bent or broken ionisation wires
Replace.
Metal particles in Collector Cell.
Clean Collector Cell.
Run the extract system for one
will not start when
clean collectors
are installed during
service.
The collector cell could appear
dry but could have traces of
water behind the insulators or
secreted within the collector.
This should allow any excess
water to evaporate. After this
period, try to restart the unit. If
it still fails to start contact the
supplier.
CAUTION
Should it not be possible to correct the error, consult a
service engineer.
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9. Spare Parts List and Components Illustration
9.
Spare Parts List and Components Illustration
Item Number
Item Description
1
Door star knobs
2
Low voltage wire
3
High voltage wire
4
Electrical box safety lock
5
6
Terminal block
Cooling Fan
7
8
Limit switch
9
Electrical box safety lock
10
11
Rating plate
12
Mesh Filter Element
13
voltmeter
ampere meter
14
Part Number
Air switch
LED Work indicator
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1
3
2
4
5
6
7
8
11
9
13
14
12
10
Figure 18 - Parts List Components Illustration
9.1 9.1Spare
SpareParts
PartsOrdering
Ordering
All parts listed in the 9. Spare Parts List and Components Illustration on page 31 are
available as spare parts.
Please quote the Part Number when ordering.
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10. Wiring Diagram
10. Wiring Diagram
SW-DPST
SW
Power
L
N
HV OUTPUT
Safety operating
function area
GND
High
voltagecontrol
area
Failure indicator light
Work indicator light
Intelligent
control area
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11. Equipment Disposal
11. Equipment Disposal
11.1 11.1
Packaging
Material
Disposal
Packaging
Material
Disposal
INFORMATION
The Unit’s Packaging materials are manufactured from recyclable materials
in accordance with applicable local regulations.
The purpose of the packaging is to protect the Unit during transport. It consists of the
following substances that can be reused:
●
Cardboard (corrugated)
●
Wood (untreated)
Do not dispose of the packaging material as general industrial waste.
11.2 11.2
UsedUsed
Unit Unit
Disposal
Disposal
Units which you would like to dispose of may still contain valuable substances and
materials. Do not dispose of the Unit as general industrial waste.
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12. Contact Details
12. Contact Details
maintenance.
12.1
coverage
12.1Globally
Nationwide
Coverage
working out of our CN (shenzhen) hubs.
For all CN Service and Maintenance enquiries, please contact via:
[email protected]
+86 755-29009495
12.2
12.2Service
Service and
and Maintenance
MaintenanceContracts
Contracts
maintenance contracts. These are structured to suit individual needs, on a post pay basis
with the customer only being invoiced after each service, saving them both time and
money against ad hoc servicing requests.
12.3Dependability
Dependability
12.3
cafe or take away, you can rest assured that we will always be there when you need us.
12.4
12.4Global
GlobalSales
Sales
For all installations of our equipment outside of the CN, please refer back to your
designated distributor.
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13. Warranty Statement
13. Warranty Statement
Your new Electrostatic Precipitator is guaranteed against the cost of breakdown repairs
for one year from the date of the original purchase.
The manufacturer does not accept any liability for damage to the Unit or personal injury
caused by non-observance of the safety instructions in this manual or negligence during
the installation, use, maintenance and repair of the models mentioned on the cover of this
manual and any associated accessories.
What is covered?
●
Repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials, defective components or
manufacturing defect.
●
The cost of functional replacement parts, but excluding consumable items.
Air approved repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
●
Transit, delivery or accidental damage or misuse and abuse.
●
Any installation which fails to meet the installation, location and operating
requirements and parameters outlined in this manual.
s cosmetic appearance.
●
Consumable items including but not limited to pre and post Mesh Filters, Collector
Cell and Ionisation Wires (see 6. Fitting Stainless Steel Ioniser Blades on page
24).
●
Repairs required as a result of unauthorised repair or installation by anyone other
Air approved installer.
●
Any damage caused to the Unit by its use by anyone other than authorised,
●
Any damage caused to the Unit by incorrect servicing procedures.
or approved, in writing, by the manufacturer.
●
The guarantee is applicable only to new products and is not transferable if the
product is resold.
Air disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe place. You will
need to have it should the product require attention under guarantee.
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14. Certification
14. Certification
ECDeclaration
Declaration
Conformity
14.114.1
EC
ofof
Conformity
Purified Air Limited
Lyon House
Lyon Road
Romford
Essex RM12BG
Tel: +44 1708 755414
Fax: +44 1708 721488
Email: [email protected]
ww
.co.uk
EC Declaration of Conformity
Document Number: Doc ESP 1201
We, Purified Air Limited at above address, declare the products detailed below comply with the
requirements of the following EU Directives,
•
•
Low Voltage Directive 2005/95/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/1 08/EC
Equipment description
Make/Brand
Model reference
Air
ESP 1500E I
ESP 3000E I
ESP 4500E I
ESP 6000E I
Compliance of the equipment has been assessed with respect to the essential requirements and
with reference to the following harmonised standards:
•
•
•
•
•
EN 60 204-1:2006 +A1:2009
EN55014-1 :2006+A 1:2009
EN 55014-2: 1997+ A2:2008
EN 61000-3-2:2006 +A2: 2009
EN 61000-3-3:2008
A technical file for this equipment is retained at the above address
Gareth Smith
Technical Director
Air Limited
2016
Figure 20 - EC Declaration of Conformity
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After sales service +86 755-29009495
International +86 188 1674 5217
[email protected]
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